Ashley McConnell

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Public Affairs Supervisor
Address

2493 Portola Rd Suite B
Ventura, CA 93003
United States

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About Ashley McConnell

Ashley McConnell is the public affairs supervisor for the Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office. Ashley established her love of wildlife and the great outdoors as a child exploring national parks in South Africa. Today, she guides a team of communicators who tell stories about the unique and diverse wildlife and wild places of the southern and central California coast.

Areas of expertise
public affairs

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